I need some support to help get me though the aches and pains that come along with my new fitness goals. I used to be a runner for a little over a year until my joints decided they didn't want to take the abuse anymore. I over trained for a 5K race and haven't been able to run the same since. When this happened I knew I needed to do something else but I was totally against going to the gym because I'm not a very social person. I saw myself gaining weight again and decided that I needed to give in. So, I joined a gym. I've been doing spin classes (those people are crazy workout people) and strength training for upper body with free weights. How do you get through the pain? My legs hurt so bad that I could hardly walk down stairs for days. Now the pain meds that I'm taking are starting to help my legs and I've let them rest for 3 days but now my arms hurt so bad that I can't extend them all the way. I don't want to let the pains get the best of me. Am I missing something here? Is there anything that I can do that will help me recover faster or at least ease some of the pain?
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